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THE IYiICII16AN DAILY

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FALL 1966 SCHEDULE
THURSDAY and FRIDAY... SATURDAY and SUNDAY ... At 7 and 9:05 P.M. (except where nf
Plus THREE (to be Announced) Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Motion Picture Cla

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SEPT. 1, 2
THE PILGRIM
(dir. Charlie Chaplin-1923)
Starring Charlie Chaplin, with Edna Purviance and Mark Swain.
Charlie, an escaped convict, disguises himself as a priest! His ad lib
sermon on David and Goliath is an all-time classic.
SHORTS: "ANYTHING GOES," "YES, YES, NANETTE,"
"A PAIR OF TICKETS," "ALL WET" (All Hal Roach Comedies)
SEPT. 3, 4
ONE EYED JACKS*
(dir. Marion Brando-1961)
American. Starring Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Katy Jurado. The
most famous of the psychological or method Westerns. Brando at
his best!
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:15
SEPT. 8, 9
FIRES ON THE PLAIN
(dir. Ichikawa-1959)
Japanese, subtitles. Ichikawa's study of psychological obsessions in
Medieval Japan. One of the greatest Japanese films by an ofttimes
over-looked major director.
SHORT: "WEDDING FEAST," unanimous first prize at Locarno

OCT. 6, 7
EARTH
(dir. Dovzhenko-1930)
Russian, silent. Dovzhenko is considered one of the giants of Cine-
matic Art and "Earth" is his greatest film. A must for any serious
student of the film.
SHORTS: "A PROPOS DE NICE" (Jean Vigo), "BALLET
MECHANIQUE" (Leger), "LE CHIEN ANDALOU" (Bunnel Dali)
OCT. 8, 9
Dickens'
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
(dir. David Lean-1946)
English. Starring John Mills, Valerie Hobson, Jean Simmons, Francis
L. Sullivan, and Alec Guinness. David Lean, director of "Lawrence of
Arabia" and "Doctor Zhivago."
OCT. 13, 14
GRAND HOTEL
(dir. Edmund Goulding-1932)
American. Starring John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Greta Garbo,
Wallace Beery, Joan Crawford and MGM's stable of stars. Filmed at
Mackinac Island Grand Hotel. A "tour de force" of the 30's.
OCT. 15, 16
UMBERTO D
(dir. Vittori de Sica-1n951n
Italian, subtitles. Co-authored by de Sica & Zavattini. Starring Carlo
Battisti. Many awards including N. Y. Film Critic's Award-"Best
Foreign Film-1955." A intense character study of an old man alone
with his dog, and of the frustrations that beset him.
SHORT: "THE MISSING MILLIONAIRE" with Douglas Fairbanks

NOV. 4 (one night only)
APARAJITO (1956)
NOV. 5 (one night only)
THE WORLD OF APU (1958)

SEPT. 10, 11
THE LONELINESS OF THE
LONG DISTANCE RUNNER
(dir. Tony Richardson-i1962)
English. StarringTom Courtney and Michael Redgrave. Tony
son, director of Tom Jones, in a bitter, biting study, of the
and emotional confusion of adolescence.

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physical

SEPT. 15,16
JOAN OF THE ANGELS?
(dir. Jerzy Kawalerowicz-1961)
Polish, subtitles. A brilliant study of "demonic possession" based on
the same historical material as Aldous Huxley's "The Devils of Lou-
dun," "the best of the new wave of Polish films," Sat. Review.
A 1~th century convent is accused of being under the influence of the
Devil. CANNES AWARD.
SHORT: "CORRAL 12"
SEPT. 17, 18
Shakespeare's
RICHARD 1III
(dir. Sir Lawrence Olivier-1955)
English, color. Starring Olivier, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Cecil
Hardwick, Claire Bloom.
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:30
SEPT. 22, 23
THE BIRTH OF A NATION*
(dir. D. W. Griffith-1915)
American, silent. Uncut version. One of the greatest American films
ever made. With the Gish sisters and the whole Griffith Retinue.
"The war scenes are still as exciting as any ever made."
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:45
SEPT. 24, 25
L POSTO (The Sound of Trumpets)
(dir. Olmi-1961)
Italian, subtitles. With Sandro, Panzeri, Loredana Detto, Venice &-
London Prizes. Olmi's first feature length film. A boy swallowed up by
necessity and bureaucracy.
SHORT: "ANTONIO AND ROSARIO" (Italian)
SEPT. 29, 30
3:10 TO YUMA
(dir. Delmer Doves-1 957)
American. Starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. Considered one of
the finest modern examples of the American Western. Ford, a ruth-
less killer, is to be transported out of town on the 3:10 to Yuma but
his gang has other plans.

OCT. 20, 21
SUBIDO AL CIELO
(dir. Luis. Bunuel-i1951 )

(Mexican Bus Ride)

Spanish, subtitles. A rare glimpse at the comic side 'of one of the
world's most grim and brilliant directors.
SHORTS: "DOUGH & DYNAMITE" & "THE RINK"-Chaplin
OCT. 22, 23
LA REGLE DE JEU (The Rules of the Game)
(dir. Jean Renoir-1939)
French, subtitles. Renoir, himself, appears in this delightful and poig-
nant study of European "Society." Highest Rating: Sight & Sound.
One of the greatest pictures of all time,
SHORT: "COPS"-Buster Keaton
OCT. 27-A Special HALLOWEEN WEEKEND FESTIVAL (one night only)
DRACULA
(dir. Val Newton-1931)
American. With Bela Lugosi. Uncut.
OCT. 28 (one night only)
DEMENTIA

NOV. 6 (one show only)
THE ENTIRE APU TRILOGY.,
(dir. Satyajit Ray-1952/58)
Indian, subtitles. The greatest Cinematic Poem ever created. Present-
ed in cooperation with the University Dept. of East Asian Culture
and Affairs.
A11 three shown in order, starting exactly at 7:00 with 10 minute
intermissions between films.
NOV. 10, 11
(dir. Fritz Lang-1932)
German, subtitles. Peter Lorre as a child molester: the role that made
him famous. SHORT: "SATURDAY AFTERNOON"
NOV. 12, 13
Experimental Film Program No. 1
Films to be announced
NOV. 17, 18
WILD AND WOOLY
American. Comedy with the effervescent American screen idol-
Douglas Fairbanks.
SHORTS: "45 MINUTES FROM HOLLYWOOD" with Laurel & Hardy
"THE CLEVER DUMMY"-Ben Turpin
"HARD BOI LED YEARS"-Billy West
NOV. 19, 20
Experimental Film Program No. 2
Films to be announced
DEC. 1, 2
THE FLOWER THIEF
(dir. Ron Rice-1961)
American. With Taylor Mead, Big Daddy Nord and a host of San
Francisco beatniks. SHORT: "TEDDY AT THE THROTTLE"
DEC. 3,4-AN ALL-COMEDY PROGRAM
SHERLOCK JUNIOR
(dir. Buster Keaton-1924)
Buster in a classic dream sequence, imagines he is a great detective!
SHORTS: "THE DIPPY DENTIST," "SURE, MIKE,"
"SAFECRACKERS," "GAME CLEAR THROUGH"
DEC. 8, 9
LE M ILLION (dir. Rene Clair-1931)
French, subtitles. Musical comedy in the tradition of "Sous les Toits
de Paris" and "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg." "Among the best films
ever made."-London Times.
SHORTS: A PROGRAM OF EARLY CARTOONS
DEC. 10, 11
BRINK OF LIFE
(dir. lngmar Bergman-1958)
Swedish, subtitles. The lives of three women told as each awaits the
birth of her first child. Starring Eva Dahlbeck, Ingrid Thulin, and
Bibi Anderson.
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS: Best actress, best director.
SHORT: "SOLDIER MAN"
DEC. 15, 16
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933
(dir. Busby Berkley-1933)
American. Starring Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Ginger Rogers, Aline
McMahon, Ned Sparks. The campiest of camp, includes "The For-
gotten Man" sequence. Pre-censorship and uncut.
SHORT: "PARALYMPICS"
DEC. 17, 18
THE CIRCUS
(dir. Charlie Chaplin- 928)
American. Charlie joins the circus by mistake and ends up a lion
tamer, tight rope walker, and clown. With Myrna Kennedy. Academy
Award to Chaplin "for versatility and genius in writing, acting, direct-
ing and producing."
SHORTS: "WRONG AGAIN"-Laurel & Hardy,
"OUR DAREDEVIL CHIEF," "SUBMARINE PILATE"

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(dir. John Parker-1955)
American. Music by Antheil, played
N.Y.C. Censor Board as "Inhuman,

by Shorty Rogers. Banned by
indecent and the quintessence

of gruesomeness.
SHORT: "ONCE OVER LIGHTLY"-Sennett

OC T. 29(one night only)
THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN
(dir. James Whale-1935)
American. With Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester. Should be seen on
a theatre screen.
SHORT: "THE HOMEBREAKERS"-Sennett
OCT. 30 (one night only)
FREAKS
(dir. Tod Browning-1932)
American. Brilliant but not for the queasy.
SHORT: "BE REASONABLE" with the Keystone Cops
NOV. 3, 4, 5, 6
A SATYAJIT RAY FESTIVAL
The Apu Trilogy

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OCT. 1,2
Menotti's
THE MEDIUM
(dir. Gian Carlo Menotti-1948)
American. Starring Marie Powers and Anna Maria Alberghetti.
of the rare successful combinations of the film and opera. A
awaited film.
SHORT: "COUNTY HOSPITAL"

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NOV. 3 (one night only)
PATHER PANCHALI

(1952-55)

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